Have I made any grammar errors in the below sentences?

We use best combination technologies, services and solutions to meet our customers’ business and IT requirements, and they trust us to augment their IT capabilities with the industry-relevant Cloud skills. We strive to provide our customers with aplomb – composure in challenging circumstances.

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  • Welcome to Writing.SE! These kinds of proof-reading questions belong on English.SE, so I've voted to migrate it there. – F1Krazy Jul 12 at 15:02
  • "We use best combination technologies, services and solutions" are you using "'best combination' technologies, services and solutions", "the best 'combination technologies', 'services' and 'solutions'", or "the best combination of 'technologies', 'services' and 'solutions'"? All 3 of those sentences mean different things, and the first requires assistance to parse. – Chronocidal Jul 13 at 9:53
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    @F1Krazy we don't do proofreading here :) – marcellothearcane Jul 13 at 10:15
  • "The ovoid rectangle matriculated laterally with orange". Just because a sentence is correct in terms of grammar and punctuation, doesn't mean it makes sense... – Chronocidal Jul 13 at 11:12

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